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Luis César Amadori (I) (1903–1977)


Luis César Amadori was born on May 28, 1903 in Pescara, Abruzzo, Italy. He was a writer and director, known for Honeysuckle (1938), Naked Passion (1953) and Almafuerte (1949). He was previously married to Zully Moreno. He died on June 5, 1977 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. See full bio »

Died:

(age 74) in Buenos Aires, Argentina

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Known For

Honeysuckle Writer
(1938)
Naked Passion Writer
(1953)
Almafuerte Director
(1949)
God Bless You Director
(1948)

Filmography

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 1969 El canillita (TV Series) (60 episodes)
- Episode #1.59 (1969)
- Episode #1.58 (1969)
- Episode #1.57 (1969)
- Episode #1.56 (1969)
- Episode #1.55 (1969)
 1967 Love in Flight (screenplay - as Gabriel Peña) / (story - as Gabriel Peña)
 1967 Un novio para dos hermanas (screenplay - as Gabriel Peña) / (story - as Gabriel Peña)
 1967 Buenos días, condesita (screenplay - as Gabriel Peña) / (story - as Gabriel Peña)
 1966 Acompáñame (dialogue - as Gabriel Peña) / (screenplay - as Gabriel Peña) / (story - as Gabriel Peña)
 1965 Más bonita que ninguna (screenplay - as Gabriel Peña) / (story - as Gabriel Peña)
 1964 El señor de La Salle (dialogue - as Gabriel Peña) / (screenplay - as Gabriel Peña)
 1964 Como dos gotas de agua (screenplay - as Gabriel Peña) / (story - as Gabriel Peña)
 1963 Yo, el mujeriego (story - as Gabriel Peña)
 1963 Chaste Susan (as Gabriel Peña)
 1962 Mentirosa (screenplay "La mentirosa" - as Gabriel Peña)
 1961 Pecado de amor (screenplay - as Gabriel Peña) / (story - as Gabriel Peña)
 1960 Mi último tango (screenplay - as Gabriel Peña) / (story - as Gabriel Peña)
 1959 April in Portugal (adaptation - as Gabriel Peña) / (dialogue - as Gabriel Peña) / (technical screenplay - as Gabriel Peña)
 1959 ¿Dónde vas, Alfonso XII? (as Gabriel Peña)
 1958 Una muchachita de Valladolid (adaptation) / (screenplay)
 1954 Descent Into Hell (as Gabriel Peña)
 1953 Naked Passion (as Gabriel Peña)
 1952 La de los ojos color del tiempo (as Gabriel Peña)
 1951 Me casé con una estrella (screenplay - as Gabriel Peña)
 1951 Pecado
 1950 Nacha Regules (as Gabriel Peña)
 1949 Una noche en el Ta-Ba-Rín (as Gabriel Peña)
 1949 Juan Globo (writer)
 1943 Carmen (uncredited)
 1943 Luisito (as Gabriel Peña)
 1942 Claro de luna
 1941 El haragán de la familia (uncredited)
 1940 Confesión
 1939 Caminito de gloria (writer)
 1939 Palabra de honor (writer)
 1938 Honeysuckle (play)
 1938 The Newsie and the Lady (writer)
 1938 Maestro Levita (writer)
 1937 Poor Perez
 1936 New Port
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

Luis C. Amadori | Luis Cesar Amadori | Gabriel Peña

Spouse:

Zully Moreno  (his death)
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Trivia:

Italian-born former journalist and music critic who became a leading stage producer and dramatist, and, subsequently, writer-director of motion pictures in Argentina. After the overthrow of Peron worked in Spain for a decade.

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